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Henry to Offer Aid to States Impacted by Katrina

Updated: 08/29/2005 - 8-29-05 - As Hurricane Katrina takes aim on the Gulf Coast, Oklahomans are preparing to render aide to those in harm's way. Governor Henry today instructed state authorities to be prepared to...

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Katrina Makes Landfall on Louisiana Coast

Updated: 08/29/2005 - 8-29-05 - New Orleans-area emergency officials say they can't reach a building blown down by Hurricane Katrina. Residents of the building on the ...

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Louisiana Evacuees Crowd Texas Churches, Hotels

Updated: 08/29/2005 - 8-29-05 - Louisiana residents fleeing from the path of Hurricane Katrina took shelter in churches and hotels along Interstate 10 in Southeast Texas, some gathering around televisions to watch the storm's progress...

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Random Shootings Shock Church, Community

Updated: 08/30/2005 - 8-30-05 - There are new details in the shooting spree that erupted outside a church in the small community of Sash, Texas Sunday night. The gunman who killed 4 people took his own life early Monday ...

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Teen Killed in Deadly Crash

Updated: 08/28/2005 - 8-28-05 - Friends and family are mourning the loss of a Pottsboro teenager killed last in a rollover accident on FM 120. Pottsboro police say speed might have been the cause of the crash that killed the 18 year old woman.

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Binge Drinking Lands Teens in Hospital

Updated: 08/27/2005 - 8-27-05 – Two teenagers were hospitalized with alcohol poisoning after a drinking party in Healdton Friday night. Authorities responded to reports of underage drinking in a rural part of town.

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New Orleans Evacuates Ahead of Katrina

Updated: 08/28/2005 - 8-28-05 - As Hurricane Katrina churns toward New Orleans, the city's mayor is calling the storm a "once in a lifetime event." Early Sunday, he ordered all residents to evacuate the city.

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Texas Nets Jobs Despite Some Base Closures

Updated: 08/26/2005 - 8-26-05 - A contentious Air Force proposal that would reconfigure the Air National Guard and retire F-16s at Ellington Field was expected to be considered Friday by the federal base closure commission.

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Local Ranch Raises Bucking Bulls

Updated: 08/25/2005 - 8-25-05 - Professional bull riders are invading Ardmore this weekend, but the bulls they will challenge are homegrown. D and H Cattle just north of Dickson is a stock contractor for the PBR.

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Cycling in the Fight Against Cancer

Updated: 08/25/2005 - 8-25-05 - A cyclist finished a 3,000 mile journey around Texas as he cruised into Gainesville this afternoon. Buddy Boren is a cancer survivor, and at 61-year-old, he rides to remind others of the deadly disease.

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Documents Trashed - Residents Angry

Updated: 08/26/2005 - 8-26-05 - Tenants at a Durant apartment complex want to know why documents with their personal information and ID numbers were tossed in public dumpsters. The information could ...

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Man Convicted of Murder; Gets Life In Prison

Updated: 08/25/2005 - 8-25-05 - A Lamar County jury convicted a man of murder and sentenced him to life in prison Thursday for the January 2004 killing of a flea market dealer. Michael Dewayne "Tracy" Davis ...

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Identity Theft - Caught On Tape

Updated: 08/26/2005 - 8-25-05 - Sherman Police are asking for your help to identify a criminal caught on tape. Thieves stole checks and credits cards in a string of car burglaries last month. Before one victim could cancel ...

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Sherman PD Step-Up Enforcement For Holiday

Updated: 08/25/2005 - 8-25-05 - The Sherman Police Department will be conducting a STEP enforcement campaign from August 26 through September 6. The Selective Traffic Enforcement Program is a joint effort by state and ...

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Muskogee Woman Accused of Leaving A Child in Car

Updated: 08/25/2005 - 8-25-05 - A Muskogee woman is accused of leaving her almost 2-year-old granddaughter in a car while she played slot machines. Loretta Webb was arrested at the Creek Nation Travel Plaza after ...

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Former Ardmore Students Suspended For Hairstyles

Updated: 08/25/2005 - 8-25-05 - Two students have been placed on in-school suspension because their braided hairstyle, which their mother says is part of their culture, is too long and violates school policy. Officials at Resaca ...

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Case of Boy Who Starved to Death Ends

Updated: 08/25/2005 - 8-25-05 - The mother and three relatives of a 4-year-old boy who died of starvation on Christmas Day 2003 pleaded guilty in the case. Liza Ochoa had sent her son, Jovonie, to live with relatives ...

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North Texas Formulating Strategies to Combat Ozone

Updated: 08/25/2005 - 8-25-05 - North Texas planners have compiled a preliminary list of ozone-fighting strategies in an effort to meet a 2010 deadline to comply with federal environmental standards. Ideas include...

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Collapse at Concrete Plant Injures Two

Updated: 08/25/2005 - 8-25-05 - Business as usual became anything but when tons of metal and dust came crashing down into an office and onto unsuspecting workers. Firefighters rushed to the scene and quickly taped off...

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Oklahoma Men Survive Boat Wreck

Updated: 08/25/2005 - 8-25-05 - Two Oklahoma men are lucky to be alive after they were thrown from a boat on Lake Murray Wednesday afternoon at 3:30pm. The owner of the boat, 66-year-old James Hinkle of Lehigh ...

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Teen Killed in Cooke County Wreck

Updated: 08/24/2005 - 08-24-05 - A Callisburg student was killed this morning as he drove to school. 17-year-old Taylor Adams was driving his brother from Lake Kiowa to Callisburg when he pulled out in front of an on-coming semi-truck.

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Perry Names Bush Ally to Texas Supreme Court

Updated: 08/24/2005 - 8-24-05 - Republican Gov. Rick Perry on Wednesday named attorney Don Willett, who played a key role in helping President Bush set up his faith-based government programs, to the Texas Supreme Court.

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Some Families Angered by Crosses at War Protest Site

Updated: 08/24/2005 - 8-24-05 - Nearly 600 white wooden crosses in perfectly straight rows stretch nearly a third of a mile down the narrow road leading to President Bush's ranch, a sea of names in the grassy ditch beside...

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Texas Found in Violation of Medicaid Agreement

Updated: 08/24/2005 - 8-24-05 - A federal judge has found the state in violation of an agreement meant to improve health care access for Medicaid-eligible children and young adults. Following a class-action lawsuit by San Antonio ...

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